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A verse of four measures. 4 stressed syllables, 4 poetic feet.
5 poetic feet,
a line of verse with five metrical feet, each consisting of one short (or unstressed) syllable followed by one long (or stressed) syllable, for example Two households, both alike in dignity.
a metrical foot consisting of one short (or unstressed) syllable followed by one long (or stressed) syllable.
Containing a trochee
trochee- stressed, unstressed
Consistency of pattern
Both syllables stressed
Unstressed , unstressed , stressed
Rhythm, no rhyme
Full stop within the line
When there is a line break, there is no pause
Purposefully bad poetry
Addresses an imaginary character (Example: O death, where is your sting?)
Any language that appeals to senses (visual-sight, auditory-sound, olfactory-smell, tactile-touch, gustatory-taste)
An object or person is described by what it's associated with (the White House, the Crown)
a figure of speech in which a word applies to two others of which it semantically suits only one (e.g., with weeping eyes and hearts ).
a pithy saying or remark expressing an idea in a clever and amusing way.
Give human qualities, possessing human form, to objects or abstractions (Hunger sat shivering on the road)
Synecdoche: An object is described by its part (all hands on deck, mighty heart)
A literary or other artistic work that portrays or evokes rural life, usually in an idealized way
Any language that appeals to senses (visual-sight, auditory-sound, olfactory-smell, tactile-touch, gustatory-taste